When NASCAR fans return to Richmond International Raceway April 27-28, many of their fellow guests will stand out. The RIR display will be stocked with buttons that can be pinned to signify “I’m a rookie” or “I’m celebrating.” The buttons are designed to give fans something to take home and remember their experience.
Richmond International Raceway and Henrico County Public Library are teaming up to host a luncheon featuring special guest Garth Stein, author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Art of Racing in the Rain.
Richmond International Raceway President Dennis Bickmeier, Children’s Museum of Richmond President/CEO Karen Coltrane and NASCAR driver/Virginia native Elliott Sadler today unveiled the first display of a new 800-square-foot exhibit that will be ready this summer at the Museum.
Richmond International Raceway is giving away an unbelievable prize package through its Facebook page with its 60 Years of NASCAR Memories Photo Contest. Fans are asked to upload their most memorable photo from their experiences at Richmond International Raceway, after which their peers will vote which photo is the best.
“It just doesn’t get any better than Richmond Raceway. It’s the ultimate in short-track racing, and doesn’t get any more exciting than that. This is where my first victory came. Richmond is always going to be special for me.”